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GOODMAN — Jim Haffey, a Kosciusko resident, was named the new president of Holmes Community College during a press conference Thursday morning. Haffey grew up in the Ebenezer community of Holmes County. He is the ninth president of the Goodman-based college. Haffey is a HCC graduate and has worked for the school for 11 years in many...
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Cool temperatures provided the perfect weather for the annual Big Black River Festival and Runs in West last Saturday. Art, music, food, were among highlights. Arts and crafts booths lined both sides of Highway 51, through the Town of West for the annual event.  The day also served as a time of homecoming and visits with friends and...
1 week 6 days ago
The Lady Tigers improved their record to 8-5 on the season with a 7-4 victory over Noxapater.  The Lady Tigers came out strong with three runs in the first inning when Avery Bouchillon hit a two-run triple, scoring Brooklyn Whitman.  Bouchillon later scored on an RBI single by Sidney Rone.  Brooklyn Pitt, Jessica Mitchell and...
1 week 6 days ago
The Lady Whippets split four games in the last week with wins over Caledonia and Noxapater and losses to Nanih Waiya and Leake Central.  The Lady Whippets earned a playoff berth with their 4-2 win over Caledonia and improved their season record to 6-5 after crushing Noxapater 20-10.  The Lady Whippets dropped an 8-0 decision to...
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KOSCIUSKO––The Grenada Chargers visited Kosciusko last Friday night and won the hard-fought contest 27-14.  The Whippets dropped to 3-1 on the year, and the win pushed the Chargers to 3-1.   The Whippets fumbled the football on the first play of their opening drive, but held the Chargers out of the end zone forcing a...
2 weeks 5 days ago
Dr. Edward Bryant, who is completing 31 years of practicing family medicine in Kosciusko, was recently honored at a retirement reception. However, because he plans to “fill in” at Trace Medical Clinic, the prefix “semi” should probably precede that title. The Trace Medical Clinic staff held the reception in the Welcome...
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Donations given several years ago by Kosciusko residents to help with a safe water project in Africa have indirectly helped one young African girl recently graduate college. Kosciusko resident Sherri Buchanan went to the Samburu District in north-central Kenya in July 2005 as a part of an Earthwatch.org Communities (Water and Wildlife) Project...
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The 105th Central Mississippi Fair drew more than 5000 people to Kosciusko Aug. 13-16. Fair organizers met last week for a wrap-up meeting to discuss the success of the 2014 fair. Greg Cooper, vice president of economic development for the Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation, said the fair attendance was a little down from last year,...
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Downtown Kosciusko has a new beauty spot, the Pocket Park on East Jefferson Street. Two burned out buildings have been transformed into a perfect place for having a sack lunch or brief time to relax when the weather permits. Main Street is responsible for the transformation under the leadership of its president, G.G. Holmes. The Pocket Park is...
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